Eusocial animals like ants and termites are often describes as 'superorganisms' - with individuals within the colony effectively working as a single intelligent being. E.O. Wilson as well as other biologists studying ants, bees, termites and naked mole rats suggest that selection pressure may be working at the level of the group and not necessarily the individual. But you already knew that didn't you? Why not showcase your detailed grasp of evolutionary theory and familiarity with Wilson's ideas by sporting a t-shirt worthy of a truly super organism.